Tut! Someone was here before me!
I crossed the river further down and walked back past this figure – he was quietly readilng with a vacuum flask by his side – I got the impression he would be moving until he’d finished his book.
Just waiting for a passing Dipper. I didn’t see one while I waited but maybe next time.
Little Ouseburn bridge crosses the stream known as Ouse Gill Beck at….. Little Ouseburn, North Yorkshire. I understand the bridge was constructed in the middle of the 18th Century.
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Still going strong – I’ve featured this bundle of fun before – I’m sure you wouldn’t get tired of it.
Looks like a pleasant place for a quiet drink or to read a book (or both).
A dam that I have featured before – Thruscross Reservoir in North Yorkshire. The spillway is green with algae at the moment, it was quite vivid in the bright sunlight – I went for the ‘abstract’ approach.
The girder work is actually a bridge for a miniature railway track.
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